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Automatic repair couldnt repair your PC (Repair screen win10)

Q: Automatic repair couldnt repair your PC (Repair screen win10)

Hello

My pc is :C440 Touch All-in-One (Lenovo)


Operating system : Windows 10

I can't run my PC, every time i try to run it shows me blue screen wrote on it

" Automatic repair couldn't repair your PC

Press " Advanced options" to try other options to repair your PC or "Shut down" to turn off your PC.

Log file :\System32\Logfiles\Srt\SrtTrail.txt "

I tried to use the most options but none of them worked such as System restore, every time i click on it, it says : System restore could not find the offline boot volume. Please ensure it is currently accessible.


By the way before one day since this problem happened i created system restore point



My pc is Lenovo while running it i clicked F2 and it opened for me Onekey Recovery its Lenovo Tool, it has option called initial backup but i dont know if it backup from the system restore point i've created or what exactly.
Please help i need to solve it ASAP, i have many important university files on my PC and i don't need to lose them

NOTICE : I tried all the options in the repair screen such as " Reset this PC" , "Startup repair" ... and more, all of them give me message when i click on them please if u want know what message i get, let me know what option and ill write it because too many erorrs

and i got a dvd contain install of windows 10 ( ISO file ) and able to run it on my pc

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Preferred Solution: Automatic repair couldnt repair your PC (Repair screen win10)

I recommend downloading and running Reimage. It's a computer repair tool that has been proven to identify and fix many Windows problems with a high level of success.

I've used it in the past to identify and fix everything from blue screens (BSOD's), ActiveX errors, corrupt files and processes, dll/exe/sys errors, recover lost memory, Windows update problems, defragging, malware removal etc.

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A: Automatic repair couldnt repair your PC (Repair screen win10)

You might be better off doing a clean install. You won't need to enter the key as its already been associated with your computer.

Backup any files you want to keep first.

I am not certain but it may take the install files from the recovery partition (perhaps someone can confirm this), I know this worked with a recent HP job I did.

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I have tried a number of times to reboot and followed instructions on how to turn off the PC 3 times and a repair windows but no luck.

The PC does not want to end this loop.  Any suggestions on how to get my machine to at least get me to the blue AUTOMATIC REPAIR window.

A:Preparing Automatic Repair loop does not end and take me to any repair options

HGS Dell owner,How to resolve the Windows 10 Infinite Boot Loop ProblemWindows 10 has been seen to stick in a infinite loading Windows. To resolve this problem please follow these steps:1.Hold the FN (Function key) down while powering on the system. 2.Still holding the FN key, start tapping the Windows key to bypass the issue 3.This should bring up the login screen

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My Compaq CQ58 Laptop on start up read Automatic Repair Couldn't Repair Your Laptop.Log file: C:\Windows \System \Logfiles\Srt\SrtTrail.txtAfter running a hard disk test the result reads:PLU3F-6M985W-MFKTOK-60XJO3Please assist in getting my system back.Thanks

A:Compaq CQ58 Automatic Repair Couldn't Repair Your PC

Hello,Thank you for posting in the HP Support Forum. Welcome! I am sorry for the issue you experience. It seems to me that your HDD is failing - in this case you need to purchase new HDD or better SSD and replace the faulty component.  ** If your computer is still under active warranty period - you need to contact HP support for assistance and free replacement.>> http://www8.hp.com/us/en/contact-hp/ww-contact-us.html   ** If your computer is not under active warranty period - you need to purchase it on your own. You can buy one from big tech stores in your area or online (2.5 inch SATA HDD) . However, I'd recommend you get SSD instead of HDD as they are more reliable, a lot faster and way better compared to old-fashioned HDD. More reasons you can find here >>http://www.computerhope.com/issues/ch001396.htmSSD vendors/brands I'd recommend - Samsung, Intel, Toshiba... Here is how to replace the faulty HDD with new HDD or SSD >> https://de.ifixit.com/Guide/Compaq+Presario+CQ58+HDD+Replacement/28934  Once you replace the faulty component, you will need to install fresh copy of the desired operating system.  Usually the computer comes with Windows preinstalled by HP (OEM Windows).  If you have previously created recovery media, you can use them to install back Windows and restore to factory default condition. If you do not have recovery media, you can such from HP (about 30 U... Read more

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I have two Windows 10 installations on my PC. Primary and temp.
The primary installation cannot boot with error "The boot configuration data file is missing some required information ".

This happened aftter I wiped out another third disk which was the PC's original disk and apparently kept some boot info.

I have a USB boot disk but that does not see my Primary Windows 10 installation because the drive is running a 950 pro m.2 ssd which there is no drivers for when booted in the USB.

So there is no way that I know of, to use the USB and run a boot repair option on Primary installation.

The other Temp installation can boot into windows 10 and it does see my Primary installation's partition ... but how do I repair Primary while booted in Temp ?

It is a UEFI pc.

A:How to repair a win10 ssd install with no driver for usb repair ?

From an elevated ("run as administrator") command prompt type:

bcdboot D:\Windows

The drive letter in red will be the drive letter to your primary Windows 10 assigned by the temp Windows 10.

Then run msconfig, select the boot tab, and adjust the time delay to make your selection and the Windows 10 that you want as default.

You can also install and run EasyBCD to edit your boot menu to change the names of the Windows entries on the boot menu to whatever you want.

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Hi, kindly help me pls. my laptop cannot proceed to my desktop.

Kernel data inpage error always occurs recently and now my laptop coud'nt proceed to desktop.

And now my laptop goes like this below.

1. Opened my laptop. With a message "Preparing automatic repair"
2. "Diagnosing your PC"
3. A Blue screen with a message "Automatic repair could'nt repair your PC"
Has 2 option "shut down" or "Advance option"

4. I choose " advance option".
5. I choose "troubleshoot"
6. ........then i choose "refresh".
7. ..."The drive where the Windows is installed is locked. Unlocked the drive and try again."

So now, im stock and cannot access my desktop. Please help me with this.

Thank you in advance.

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Hello there,

I have had an issue since yesterday with my HP laptop running Windows 10. The screen froze so I pressed the power button to turn it off. When it came back on it stayed on the HP loading screen for some time and then went into windows automatic repair. It then came up with the message 'Automatic repair couldn't repair your PC' and I then went into advanced options and have tried multiple methods suggested online to resolve the issue. I have tried a system restore which seemed to work initially but the screen kept going black and then froze. I have also tried using regback in Command Prompt but once I had gone through the process was met with zeros rather than numbers. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks
 

A:Windows 10- Automatic Repair Couldn't Repair Your PC

What's the model number(M/N) and product number(P/N) and serial number(S/N) of your "HP laptop"?
Once it's correctly identified and its support site located, it should be easier to address your issues.

Do you know if its built-in system recovery/factory restore partition still exists and is functional?
Do you have Windows 10 reinstall media for it?

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Hello and thx for your time.  I have a Toshiba Satellite C55-B5298
windows 8.1
 
and I got a brue screen saying Bad Pool Header
log file : c:\windows\system32\log files\srt\srttrail.txt
 
when blue screen happened, the pc started to try and automatic repair.  then rebooted itself.  which took a very long time for the pc to load back up.  the 1st time the pc did load back into windows but any thing i clicked on either would take extremely long time to load if it even loaded at all.
 
Now the pc wont log load up windows.  When i turn it on it just stays on the toshiba screen which is the 1st screen that pops up and the little hourglass thing spins .  and never loads into windows.I believe whatr happenedafter a while of this the the pc screen just goes dark. 
 
I attempted a to use a restore point by tapping F12 repeatedly .  this did take me into the restore / recovery menu.  I pressed the necessary buttons to bring up restore prompt.  but the pc hour glass spinned awhile and eventually the screen when dark and it never loaded into windows.   Can you please help me fix this problem.
 
Thank you Happyjack1981

A:Blue screen >Bad Pool Header< Start up repair couldnt fix. PLEASE HELP

I forgot to mention something.  I use AVG as an antivirus, and there is a fix performance button thats suppose to speed up your pc when its running slow.  I have been using avg and this fix performance button on both of my laptops for a couple months now with no issues.  I used the fix performance on My samsung laptop just last night and it ran the same as it ever has.   But before I started  having problem on my Toshiba.  I had clicked on the fix performance button in avg and it said something like...  I dont remember exact words but it said that this fix performance is no longer part of the free avg and that I needed to down load this program seperately.  and I did. which turned into a big ordeal. pc tune up thing and then wanted me to buy it.  I never got that prompt on the samsung.

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I just bought a new Envy m7 n011dx with Windows 8.1 loaded on it from image, for my church. After I entered my information the first thing it did was ask me to install Win10, which I wanted. But it keeps choking on the video drivers, and I can't stop MS from updating them, and I can't be certain what is happening. HP Assistent is giving me one version automatically, MS is giving me another version, automatically, and NVidia Experiance is giving me something else automatically, and I am happily trying to force the drivers I got from NVidia that are the most current of all. If I remove the Intel and Nvidia drivers in Device Manager I can get it to boot into Windows, but then all the stupid auto vid updaters start cranking and I need to reboot to finish their install -- Automatic Repair comes up and doesn't repair anything. The only thing I can do is Safe mode and remove the Intel and Nvidia drivers, which starts the cycle over.  I feel I am missing a step here, and neither HP, NVidia, Intel, nor Microsoft are telling me that I can't have Windows 10 with these hardware pieces.

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Hello,

I've been unable to access my custom build computer since around 5:00 yesterday. I chose to restart my computer at around that time just because it was slowing up a little and I usually do that to help, I had not installed any updates or new programs since 2 days ago when there had been a few windows updates.

Upon returning to my computer I noticed that it had been unable to startup and had gone straight into system repair with it being 'unable to repair this computer automatically.' I rebooted several times and noticed that it was not a visible BSOD but as soon as the 'starting windows' icon began to appear it went straight into startup repair. I tried to boot into safe mode, tried to load previous good configuration and all of the other advanced recovery options (including system restore/image and many command prompts).

This is what it shows after being unable to repair automatically:

Problem signature name:Startup repair offline
Problem signature 1: 6.1.7600.16385
Problem signature 2: 6.1.7600.16385
Problem signature 3: unknown
Problem signature 4: 21200552
Problem signature 5: Autofailover
Problem signature 6: 11
Problem signature 7: Corrupt file
(then my O.S. version)
Locale ID: 1033

This diagnostic occurs every single time I run the startup repair. Also, command prompts I have tried using the WindowsRE command prompt and the one found on the 'repair your PC' option on the windows 7 installation disk are:

-All bootrec.exe ( /fixmbr /rebu... Read more

A:Startup repair loop - Can't repair with system restore/repair/commands

Have you tried copying over the backed up reg hives from the regback folder? Follow steps 8 onwards in this tut.

Startup Repair Infinite Loop Recovery

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HELP PLEASE!!This is driving me up the wall!!Manually installed Windows Updates, restart PC and now stuck in stupid 'automatic repair' loop (diagnosing problems, auto repair tries to fix, couldn't repair your PC).Can't boot in safe mode, can't refresh, can't restore etc. Managed to disable secure boot, but don't have recovery DVD; did hard reset...tried everything I can think of!Just need to boot Windows and uninstall Windows updates...I think that will solve the issue.PLEASE HELP!!

A:Automatic repair couldn't repair your PC

Hi there @MadgeMagic,Welcome to the HP Support Forums! It is a great place to find the help you need, from other users, HP experts and other support personnel. I understand that you are stuck in a repair loop. I am happy to help with this. Please post the full product number for your computer. See the following, if you need help with that information.How Do I Find My Model Number or Product Number? Here are a few posts I found on Microsoft's Support forums that could be of help.Windows 8.1 is stuck in boot up loop - answers.microsoft.comWindows 8.1 Laptop stuck in Automatic Repair loop - No disc - answers.microsoft.com Please let me know how that works for you, and if it does resolve your issue, please mark this post as a solution. Kudos would also be appreciated.  

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Sadly, today my computer fell over and hit the ground. Now when I start it up it gets diagnoses goes to a blue screen saying Automatic Repair. It says:

Automatic Repair couldn't repair your PC
Press "Advanced Options" to try other options to repair your PC or "shut down" to turn off your PC.
Log file: C:\WINDOWS\System32\Logfiles\Srt\SrtTrail.txt
 

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After suffering this problem, I have made some progress. By accessing Notepad via the Command Prompt in Recovery Options, I could access my hard-drive. Though now, about eighty percent of it has been wiped -- most files are gone, including all non-initial installation applications. Some personal files remained, that I managed to get off on a USB (all through the Open/Save function of Notepad).

Running CHKDSK, it froze once. Trying again, it repaired some bad areas.

When trying to Refresh my PC the message I get is:

There was a problem with refreshing your PC. No changes were made.

When trying to Restore my PC the message I get is:

This is very strange, as Reset had a different message not long ago -- regarding hard drive partitions.


What is more important to me is seeing if I can recover files and recover my Windows 8 product key. I have my installation disc, but I cannot find the code.

Any help would be most appreciated, comrades.

A:Automatic Repair Couldn't Repair Your PC

Find your key using option 3 or 4 from this tutorial:
Product Key - Find for Windows 8

You would also be advised to perform hard disk diagnostics through the BIOS

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My pc won't  restart it goes automatic repair done everything and still won't start 

A:Re: Automatic repair couldn't repair your PC

Hi there @Rhonda-lee, May the Forums be with you! It is a great place to find the help you need, from other users, HP experts and other support personnel. I understand that your computer is stuck in an automatic repair loop. I am happy to help with this. Please post the full product number and operating system in use on your computer. See the following, if you need help with that information.How Do I Find My Model Number or Product Number?Is the Windows Version on My Computer 32-bit or 64-bit? Please verify that you have already tried the things in these two Microsoft support posts: Windows 8.1 is stuck in boot up loop - answers.microsoft.com, Windows 8.1 Laptop stuck in Automatic Repair loop - No disc - answers.microsoft.com. Of course that is assuming that they are relevant to your current operating system.What else have you tried, and can you provide details about what happened prior to the repair loops starting? Was there an upgrade performed, or new hardware installed? Was there a power issue?Please let me know.

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I have a Dell Inspiron laptop with Windows 8, and whenever it attempts to update, it freezes around 15% then resets to display "Failure Configuring Windows 8 Updates." Last night, this happened for the third time this week, and after about four hours of this screen I hard reset it. It continued to revert back to that message every time I hard reset it until I tried the F8 key upon booting, but the first time I did that, none of the options worked, so I shut down and restarted again. Now whenever it boots it shows "Preparing Automatic Repair" followed by "Automatic Repair couldn't repair your PC." In the Advanced Settings I have tried System Refresh, System Restore, Automatic Repair, and all of the Startup Settings, but none of these have worked as it's still stuck in the Automatic Repair loop. What can I do to get it to boot normally?!?!? I've been searching forums and videos all morning, but nothing i've learned has worked. I also don't have a Windows 8 installation disk, and I really don't want to reset the system, wiping all of my files. Please help, I'm currently typing this from a family desktop computer, but I really need my laptop in normal working order ASAP. What should I do? Thankyou.

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Getting blue screen automatic repair couldn't repairC:\windows\system32\logfiles\srt\srttrial.txt

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I've been having the same problem as big0 
 Windows 7 update was canceled boots to repair screen can't repair
And in your post try a windows repair from windows disk i go to part b  step 6b but  System Recovery Options does not find Windows 7 operating system What do i do now 
 
Moderator Edit: Split from another topic to prevent confusion
Roger

A:Windows 7 update was canceled boots to repair screen can't repair Too

Hi, Is this the same computer as here?
http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/524720/startup-repair-loop/
 
Thank You
Roger

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windows update was canceled (purposely by teen) and now computer starts in repair mode.  We selected repair and message says could not be repaired and shuts down.  In recovery tools - tried to load to last known working version and no restore point is available.  Disks did not come with this computer (Dell Inspiron 1545).  Any help would be appreciated.

A:Windows 7 update was canceled boots to repair screen can't repair

You could try going into safe mode, hit F8 during boot up.  Not real sure but I would then go to windows update, it may see the bad load.  It is worth a try!
 
Phil

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HP tablet is stuck on automatic repair screen. If I try thevrepair screen, it says I need to free up disk space, but I can't get to any screen that gives me access.

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My laptop just started booting to and automatic repair screen and just comes back to it after doing the scan and repair with no kind of error message. This laptop doesn't have a cd/dvd drive and never came with any software. How can I restore the os without a cd drive?

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When I power on the laptop the first thing it does is display the message "Preparing  Automatic Repair," then it says "Diagnosing your PC." After then the screen says " Your PC did not start properly," and prompts me to either restart the PC or explore Advanced Options. Restarting the PC leads to exactly the same page and none of the advanced options work.   I have reset the PC now 3 times (!!), completely erasing all files and starting from scratch and re-downloading programs.  But every time I shut down and come back to it, it's back to the "Preparing Automatic Repair" screen.  Is my PC beyond repair?  Help!  I can't re-download everything every time I want to use it.

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When I power on the laptop the first thing it does is display the message "Preparing  Automatic Repair," then it says "Diagnosing your PC." After then the screen says " Your PC did not start properly," and prompts me to either restart the PC or explore Advanced Options. Restarting the PC leads to exactly the same page and none of the advanced options work.   I have reset the PC now 3 times (!!), completely erasing all files and starting from scratch and re-downloading programs.  But every time I shut down and come back to it, it's back to the "Preparing Automatic Repair" screen.  Is my PC beyond repair?  Help!  I can't re-download everything every time I want to use it.

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Asus laptop running windows 10, started the laptop as normal, windows didn't launch and goes to Automatic Repair screen. Tried the restart but keeps looping back to this screen. Tried to launch in safe mode but will not launch, tried to reset PC but it comes up with error. Start up repair loops back and it won't restore back to previous build. Any help sorting this issue would be greatly appreciated, just need to get into windows to copy some documents then it can be reset to factory settings!
 

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hello!
i have a 2 yrs old asus laptop and sadly the warranty is expired and i do not have the money to repair my computer.

the problem with the computer is that whenever i turn it on there is a screen with the asus symbol which under it it says preparing automatic repair. after a while in this screen the computer screen goes black but the computer is turned on (and i can feel it working).
any ideas how to solve it?
 

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My laptop displays preparing automatic repair and won't boot up.  The screen just goes black.  What do I do?

A:Screen displays preparing automatic repair only.

 

Hello,

I see that you're having an issue booting the notebook. Could you tell me what OS you have? 

I look forward to your response.


THX

 

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After having a new fan installed two weeks ago, my computer has randomly become unresponsive at times with only the mouse cursor being able to move. Until now powering the computer back up again has "fixed" the problem. The fan had been required, on top of a full reinstall of Windows, which had cost enough to make me feel content with this method for now.

Tonight, however, I had the same problem but, after powering it on and off (since restarting it always just got me stuck in the BIOS screen) I find myself stuck on a black screen that follows Windows telling me that it is preparing an automatic repair.

I've tried restarting it but nothing stops it continually ending up on that screen. Even if I can get back onto the desktop, I expect I'll end up having to call someone to see what's causing everything to become unresponsive.

Any help would be very much appreciated.

Processor (CPU) Intel? Core?i7 Quad Core Processor i7-3770K (3.5GHz) 8MB Cache Motherboard ASUS? P8Z77-M: MICRO-ATX, USB 3.0, SATA 6GBs, ATI?CrossFireX Memory (RAM) 8GB KINGSTON HYPER-X GENESIS DUAL-DDR3 1600MHz, X.M.P (2 x 4GB KIT) Graphics

A:Stuck on preparing automatic repair screen

I may have written too soon, now it says that it is diagnosing your PC. That said, the fact it becomes randomly unresponsive is worrying. I'll see if it gets to the desktop.

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So my laptop was working earlier today but has been slow then froze and when I tried to restart it it got stuck in the auto repair screen then it said it was checking the issues of my computer and said I could either restart it or choose advanced options and I restarted it. Now it goes straight to a black screen I have his f11 and it says please wait then it goes back to the black screen and I can hear clicking in the computer when it tries to run. What do I do? I have so many pictures and certificates that I haven't put on disk or usb.

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I have a HP laptop Model: 15-f004wm and it's stuck in auto repair mode. What should I do?

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After having a new fan installed two weeks ago, my computer has randomly become unresponsive at times with only the mouse cursor being able to move. Until now powering the computer back up again has "fixed" the problem. The fan had been required, on top of a full reinstall of Windows, which had cost enough to make me feel content with this method for now.

Tonight, however, I had the same problem but, after powering it on and off (since restarting it always just got me stuck in the BIOS screen) I find myself stuck on a black screen that follows Windows telling me that it is preparing an automatic repair.

I've tried restarting it but nothing stops it continually ending up on that screen. Even if I can get back onto the desktop, I expect I'll end up having to call someone to see what's causing everything to become unresponsive.

Any help would be very much appreciated.

Processor (CPU) Intel? Core?i7 Quad Core Processor i7-3770K (3.5GHz) 8MB Cache Motherboard ASUS? P8Z77-M: MICRO-ATX, USB 3.0, SATA 6GBs, ATI?CrossFireX Memory (RAM) 8GB KINGSTON HYPER-X GENESIS DUAL-DDR3 1600MHz, X.M.P (2 x 4GB KIT) Graphics

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Pls help, my pc suddenly hung up and when i tried restarting it multiple times, it is stuck at Preparing Automatic Repair, with no loading circle. Does it mean my hard drive is corrupted ? Pls help ASAP
 

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My windows 10 computer loads a preparing automatic repair screen everytime I try to turn it on and once that loads it goes to a completely black screen and nothing happens. I have tried turning the computer off and taking the battery out along with pressing the F11 key while it turns on but neither of these had an effect on my computer.
 

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I was trying to play a game the other day after not playing for a long time. I hadn't restarted the computer in days. The game wasn't loading properly so someone suggested restarting the computer. I decided to restart my PC. Waiting for it to restart i was met with a Windows failed to start or something like that. I clicked advanced options i first clicked System Restore and of course all the restore points i set every month were somehow gone. Because i waited and waited and waited and suddenly it told me there was no restore points found. I then tried opening up the command prompt and switching to the D: drive because for some reason my HDD becomes D in the automatic repair. But anyways i punched in chkdsk /f. I was surprised at how much it found. I then thought it might actually start now! I restart. It doesn't work. I turned off the computer last night and haven't touched it since. Any help would be appreciated!

P.S. I also tried Resetting. That failed too.

A:Computer goes right to Automatic Repair after BIOS screen. Cannot fix.

Suggest you boot from your Windows DVD or recovery USB and check the presence & integrity of the partitions on your system drive. It's possible you may have a bad drive or maybe the power or SATA connections are disconnected. Also go into the BIOS at boot to check the drives are being detected correctly.

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A few weeks ago, my computer broke and I was going to have it get fixed, but the repairman never came. Something happened when I was not at my computer that caused it to crash and shut down. When I got home, I went to my computer and saw it was off. I turned it on and immediately windows launched into startup repair. It started automatically repairing so I let it go through. After it finished, there was a black screen. I let the black screen sit there for a while but it stayed a black screen. I turned it off and tried again, but it produced the same result every time.

How do I fix this? I have no specs to provide because I did not record any down when I had the computer. I wish not to reinstall windows and lose all my files. I also do not have a windows installation disc.

A:Automatic Repair Error Black Screen

Bump.

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Issue is "Preparing Automatic Repair" comes on screen for 20 seconds and then laptop shuts down.

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hi there, norton said that i have w32.Pinfl, bloodhound.packed and w32.spybot.worm
i turned off system restore and i went to safe mode
i deleted all the tftp files and i delete one that contains the w32.Pinfl so i guess thats gone
i scan the comp and it said that i have bloodhound.packed and w32.spybot.worm
i quarantined the bloodhound.packed and i think i deleted the w32.spybot thru norton (i think)
i scan again and it said 0 virus detected

i then dl hijack this and .....

Logfile of HijackThis v1.97.7
Scan saved at 3:41:25 PM, on 28/06/2004
Platform: Windows XP SP1 (WinNT 5.01.2600)
MSIE: Internet Explorer v6.00 SP1 (6.00.2800.1106)

Running processes:
C:\WINDOWS\System32\smss.exe
C:\WINDOWS\system32\winlogon.exe
C:\WINDOWS\system32\services.exe
C:\WINDOWS\system32\lsass.exe
C:\WINDOWS\System32\Ati2evxx.exe
C:\WINDOWS\system32\svchost.exe
C:\WINDOWS\System32\svchost.exe
C:\Program Files\Common Files\Symantec Shared\ccSetMgr.exe
C:\Program Files\Common Files\Symantec Shared\ccEvtMgr.exe
C:\WINDOWS\Explorer.EXE
C:\WINDOWS\system32\dla\tfswctrl.exe
C:\Program Files\Apoint\Apoint.exe
C:\WINDOWS\System32\carpserv.exe
C:\Program Files\ATI Technologies\ATI Control Panel\atiptaxx.exe
C:\WINDOWS\system32\spoolsv.exe
C:\Program Files\Common Files\Symantec Shared\ccApp.exe
C:\WINDOWS\System32\ctfmon.exe
C:\Program Files\MSN Messenger\MsnMsgr.Exe
C:\WINDOWS\System32\PDSched.exe
C:\Program Files\Apoint\Apntex.exe
C:\Program Files\Norton AntiVirus\navapsvc.exe
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First of  Hi , i just registered but i have been comming to BC since ... forever
 
ill try and explain quick and easy so i dont take much of time from who ever is gonna help me.
 
Ok i think i know what caused my issues but ill start with whats happening to see if im wrong or right . first things fisrt audio  wont work it did prior to something i say later but now it doest, i tried re-installing Nvidia 320.49 but i get errors , tried prior version but same thing, also some control panels wont show " this page failed to load error " is what i get, the speaker on task bar comes sometimes with a red x over it or sometimes it shows headphones installed .... or even worse sometimes red blinks over speaker and changes to normal speaker icon :/ .... before i came here i tried SFC but got message on the title... it couldnt fix my issues or corrupt files... network and int sharing is one of the control panels that wont open . and last and most preocupying is the fact some folders have gone AWOL ... up until now i was troubleshooting with lan cable disconnected i reinstalled AVG and "tried installing MBAM first but got advpack missing or not found error which is really weird as MBAM is always there for me ...
Ok last thing while going thru my comp found VNC 4 Server edition on my comp ... and i have never ever installed this on my comp ... and i know what vnc is so im worried someone hacked me and corrupted some of my DLL and stole some pic and videos ... nothing ... Read more

A:SFC couldnt repair some files, and i have "really weird behaviour" on my PC

Please download MiniToolBox  , save it to your desktop and run it.
 
Checkmark the following checkboxes:
  List last 10 Event Viewer log
  List Installed Programs
  List Users, Partitions and Memory size.
 
Click Go and paste the content into your next post.
 
Also...please Publish a Snapshot using Speccy - http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/topic323892.html/page__p__1797792#entry1797792 , taking care to post the link.
 
Louis

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When i try to boot my Lenovo G50-70,first time it show s me a windows logo that is loading but for several hours,but when i restart it show me automatic repair and then black screen with cursor

A:Lenovo g50 70 black screen with cursor after automatic repair

Your boot files may have been damaged or corrupted. This may require a reset of the files, and the best tool I have found for this is EasyBCD, it can be downloaded to ISO for CD/DVD and also Flash Drive (USB).EasyBCD also has a disk / computer repair option that can diagnose problems with hardware installed in the computer, but it is not free, but is moderately priced.Good luck.CB

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When turn on it on screen preparing automatic repair and switch to screen error message of not run correctly need restart and go back first screen go back and forward not boot on

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So recently my PC wouldn't boot into my hard drive and I didn't have a USB lying around so I can clean install it, it was hanging and freezing at the bios loading screen and everything. I finally was able to boot into System Recovery using F11 and it started to do the automatically repairing your pc, then it was in an infinite loop of a screen where it basically says my BIOS, the version, then checking memory, then CPU. It was an infinite loop like I said and now whenever I boot my PC up it's stuck on that screen, it freezes right on the spot where it was checking what processor I have. I will post my specs considering it's a big help for troubleshooting - not a fan of opening my PC and removing things.
- Specs -
OS - Windows 8.1 PRO
MEMORY - 4GB
BIOS - Phoenix AwardBios v6.00 (2008, yeah it's quite old.)
CPU - AMD Athlon x64 +4800 Series (2 cores, 2.50)
HDD - Maxtor 350GB I believe, don't know the exact model.
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I decided to look around on the internet but 90% it's people saying your computer fried and random bull, anyway thanks, hope I can fix this issue soon.. sucks too because I just bought WoW.
I don't care if all the information on the HDD gets wiped I just want my computer to be working again.
Cheers.

A:[Help] Stuck on Windows 8.1 Automatic Repair Loop Screen

To me it sounds like you have a hardware issue or a BIOS issue. Can you get into your BIOS by pressing F2, Del, F9, F10, or F11? (Not sure what it would be for you. It varies between BIOS manufacturers and models). Im going to lean towards hardware and say its a RAM issue. Probably a bad DIMM. If you have access to another computer, download MemTest86 and burn that to a disk and boot from it and let it test your RAM to see if it errors out at all.

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Recently my computer crashed and said it had to restart to fix a problem. After it restarted it tried to go into repair mode but now it gets stuck either trying to repair or at the HP loading screen.I ran some tests using the UEFI BIOS program and it said there was an error with the hard drive. Prior to this I was attempting to backup an iPhone on iTunes. The failure code from UEFI is 9gc72m-6j489x-qfpjw1-60tl03Any help would be greatly appreciated.

A:HP Envy dv6 stuck at loading screen or automatic repair

Hi, The 24 character error code is a failure of the short Disk Self Test ( DST ) and would indicate that the Hard Drive is failing and needs to be replaced.  This is also consistent with the boot issues you describe. If your notebook is still under warranty, contact HP and arrange to have the drive replaced - If needed, you can check your warranty status Here. You can contact HP starting on the link below. http://welcome.hp.com/country/w1/en/contact_us.html If you are out of warranty and would like a guide on replacing the Hard Drive yourself, please let me know - include the full Model No. and Product No. of your dv6 series notebook - see Here for a further explanation. Regards, DP-K

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On startup, it keeps going on the automatic repair with blue screen loop. The error message is "UNMOUNTABLE BOOT VOLUME" before the screen blacks out and goes to the blue screen.Did a hard reset.Pressed F2 for system extensive test.Did a Full Systems Extensive Test first but failed after a few seconds with this message:Battery Check: Primary - Replace (40)Failure ID: MC580C-795856-MFPV6K-C0BX03Product ID: J9M32UA#ABAPrimary BatterySystem Extensive FailedDid a few component tests after:Hard drive extensive test failed too.Hard Drive Short DST: failedFailure ID: MC580C-7AM856-MFPV6K-60X003Optimized DST check: failedLoading the Long DST check right now.I'm assuming my hard drive needs to be replaced, and battery?

A:Blue Screen Automatic Repair Loop during startup

Hard Drive Long DST: failedFailure ID: MC580C-7AM856-MFPV6K-61FQ03

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RELEVANCY SCORE 103.2

Hi,
A day ago, my Windows 8 Toshiba computer started making a really loud whirring sound, so I manually rebooted my computer pressing the button, and turned it on, but it still made the sound...after many tries, I finally got it to turn on without any sound, but a few hours later, it started making the whirring noise again, so I rebooted it...this continued for the whole day...overall, I probably manually rebooted the thing over 20 times or so.
Last night, however, I manually shut my computer down once again, but when I turned it back on, it was going to automatically repair my computer, but it started making a loud whirring sound again, so despite it being in the middle of the repair, I manually shut it down.
Afterwards, I turned it back on and on the TOSHIBA start loading screen, at the bottom it said loading Automatic Repair...but then before it can start the Automatic Repair, it goes to the blue error page, but after a second, while the error info blue screen is at 0%, my computer automatically shuts down and restarted itself to the TOSHIBA start loading screen with the Automatic Repair "loading" at the bottom, and then back to the blue error information sending screen before shutting down less than a second later, before the computer can send any error info (while it's at 0%)...this is an endless cycle....
I don't know what to do? Please help!

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I have Dell inspiron 15R 5521 with windows 10, while trying for safe mode i accidentally click on automatic repair and then restarting starts. Then While Restarting it shows Preparing Automatic Repair just after booting for a short interval blue screen appears and the loop goes on.
Blue Screen Error Shows SYSTEM_THREAD_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED 
here is the photo ...
Please Help i am a college student , i need i a working laptop,Please Help.

 

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Hi there my son has a toshiba laptop that he unfortunately bought with windows 8 installed, he cant find his book with the key which must be on it with a sticker as its not on thecomputer, he has had heaps of issues with the computer freezing etc when using the internet then finally it has had a melt down and wont start at all.  When u turn it on it says it was unable to start properly and is starting automatic repair then it goes to the black screen and stops.  No key, no rescue disc.  What can I do

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When i boot i get Preparing for automatic repair and than i get black screen, i have seen this post Windows stuck in Preparing automatic repair and then stuck during - Microsoft Community, so i made a bootable usb with windows 8 but when i boot from that i get black screen after windows logo, i don't get to select any thing, it happens after very first screen. What is the problem and what should i do?
Also i don't have separate graphics card. I have installed many programs so i don't want fresh install (if possible).

A:black screen after Preparing automatic repair windows 8.1

I have also tried making recovery usb from another windows 8 machine. but there also i am stuck with initial logo and then black screen.

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I upgraded my laptop to Windows 10 and since then when I've been switching it on, it will either go straight to the preparing automatic repair screen, or sometimes a BSOD with various error messages and then onto repair screen. I tried to boot it from a USB stick with Windows 10 on and it just gets stuck in the manufacturer logo screen

Please help, I haven't been able to use my laptop for about 6 months now
 

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